- Choosing Male Sterilization (Outlook, vol. 21, no. 3)
This issue of Outlook looks primarily at vasectomy as a contraceptive option for men. A number of important topics related to this theme are addressed, including no-scalpel vasectomy, no-scalpel vs. conventional vasectomy, choosing vasectomy, cost, vasectomy in developing countries, possible side effects and complications, regret, reversibility, and other strategies for male contraception.
Author: Weil B
Publication date: December 2004
Part of series: Outlook
- Clean Delivery Kit Workshop Manual
Publication date: 2000
- Clean Delivery Kit Workshop Report Introduction
Publication date: 2000
- Clean Delivery Kit: a Timeline of PATH's Involvement
This document provides a timeline of the Clean Delivery Kit project at PATH.
Publication date: 2007
- Clean-Delivery Kits: Guidelines for Their Use in Programmatic Settings
This two-page document outlines basic programmatic guidelines for the use of clean-delivery kits in international settings. It includes a discussion of kit contents, an overview of research on the effectiveness of kits, principles of clean delivery, issues related to production of local kits, and information about ordering preassembled kits.
Author: Wood S; Coffey P
Publication date: 2006
- Cleaning and Disinfection of Thermal Cautery Equipment
This job aid discusses cleaning and disinfection of thermal cautery equipment for vasectomy.
Author: Y. Seamans
Publication date: 2005
- Clinical Trials: Steps in Malaria Vaccine Development
Clinical trials are a critical source of data for decisions around vaccine development. This fact sheet provides information about the phases of clinical trials.
Publication date: October 2009
- Cold Chain Equipment Inventories
Part of the Technology Updates series, this fact sheet describes PATH’s work to develop and deploy a software tool called Cold Chain Equipment Manager to help vaccination programs manage equipment requirements, forecast equipment needs, and generate procurement lists. It includes a function that enables countries to view the cost and logistical implications of potential programmatic changes through “what if” scenarios such as procedural changes or the introduction of a new vaccine.
Publication date: November 2013
Part of series: Technology Updates
- Cold Chain Equipment Manager (CCEM)
The Cold Chain Equipment Manager (CCEM) is a Microsoft Access–based software tool. It is accompanied by a user manual, data collection questionnaires, a surveyor’s guide to these questionnaires, and an equipment identification guide. CCEM also comes with practice files, providing new users with practice data to demonstrate how CCEM will analyze cold chain equipment data and facilitate multiyear equipment planning. CCEM version 2.1 is available for download (see below) or, to request a copy on CD, email CCEMinfo@path.org.
Publication date: January 2012
- Cold Chain Technologies
Part of the Technology Updates series, this fact sheet describes the current project on cold chain technologies at PATH.
Publication date: August 2013
Part of series: Technology Updates
- Cold Chain Temperature Monitoring in Vietnam: Monitoring Ambient and Cold Chain Temperatures During Delivery of Human Papillomavirus Vaccine
Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is intended to prevent cervical cancer. As part of project Optimize, a two-year HPV vaccine demonstration project is being conducted to demonstrate how existing delivery systems can be adapted to successfully provide HPV vaccine to young adolescent girls. HPV vaccine is a strong candidate for out-of-the-cold-chain use given its characteristics of high heat stability and freeze sensitivity.
Author: Robertson J, Vu H, Le N, et al.
Publication date: July 2010
- Collaborating With Corporate Partners to Transform Global Health Through Innovation
PATH’s pioneering work with the private sector strengthens vulnerable communities and saves lives. This overview document explains the three primary ways PATH collaborates with the private sector to bring innovation to scale and features examples of successful PATH partnership projects.
Publication date: May 2013
- Collaborating With Countries to Improve Supply Chains
Project Optimize—a collaboration between the World Health Organization and PATH—aims to employ technological and scientific advances in the immunization field. This document describes efforts to define ideal specifications for health products and create a flexible and robust vaccine supply chain that can handle an increasingly large and costly portfolio of vaccines.
Publication date: November 2010
- Collection, Processing, Storage, and Transport of Dry Blood Spots for the Assessment of Vitamin A Deficiency in the Uganda Demographic and Health Survey 2006
As part of the Uganda Demographic and Health Survey 2006, this study collected results of Vitamin A deficiency tests from a representative sample of women aged 15–49 and children aged 6–59 months. Presented at: First International Micronutrient Forum, April 16, 2007; Istanbul, Turkey.
Author: Baingana R, Kasozi D, Garrett D, Fort A
Publication date: April 2007
- Commercial Approaches to Providing Safe Water in India: A Literature Review
This is part of a series of project briefs discussing the activities, research findings, and field experiences of PATH’s Safe Water Project. The briefs are available in two formats: one for onscreen viewing and one for booklet-style printing.
Author: Kols A
Publication date: January 2008
Part of series: Safe water briefs
- Commercialization Toolkit
This website showcases a combination of approaches that were successful in making health products available to low-income households. It can be used by anyone aiming to increase access to products that can help sustain health for low-income households. See other PATH program websites.
Publication date: 2013
Part of series: PATH's program websites
- Common Requirements for Logistics Management Information Systems
This document focuses on a method for producing descriptions, models, and figures that accurately represent the views and needs of global health professionals. The document can be used by global health practitioners to inform software development related to health systems.
Publication date: September 2010
- Common Requirements for Maternal Health Information Systems: Produced With the Collaborative Requirements Development Methodology
This document presents a set of requirements that translate the needs of maternal health practitioners into the language of software and systems engineering. The document can inform software development for health systems worldwide and maternal health in particular.
Author: Taylor C, Luchitsky A, Lubinski D, Peloso L, Wilson K
Publication date: December 2012
- Common Virus and Senseless Killer: A Briefing Paper on Rotavirus
This briefing paper underscores the burden of rotavirus and highlights the promise of vaccines to combat the virus as the global health community prepares for worldwide introduction.
Publication date: September 2009
- Communications Handbook for Clinical Trials
This handbook is a practical guide developed for site-level microbicide researchers, communicators, advocates, and others working on HIV prevention trials in developing countries. It includes context-specific case studies and practical insights from actual clinical trial communications initiatives. It is being updated to include work sheets and slide sets. To apply for a complimentary copy, please email Jacqueline Borodan at email@example.com for detailed instructions.
Author: Robinson E, Baron D, Heise L, Moffett J, Harlan SV
Publication date: May 2010